Diaper Bank Services

UWSC Diaper Bank provides families access to diapers through several partner organizations throughout Skagit County. If you are part of one of these programs and need diapers, you can contact them directly. See below for our full list of partners, their contact information, and who they service.

If you are not associated with any program, you can contact us via phone at (360) 746-6156 or email ana@unitedwayskagit.org.

Partner Information

Community Action-WIC

Address: 330 Pacific Pl, Mt Vernon, WA 98273
Phone: 360-416-7585
Monday through Friday from 8:30 AM – 5 PM

Whom they serve: Pregnant Women, Women who are Post-Partum 0-6 months, Women who are breastfeeding an infant up to age 1, infants, children up to age 5. Income requirements needed to enroll.

United General-WIC

Address: 2031 Hospital Dr, Sedro-Woolley, WA 98284
Phone: 360-854-0435
Monday through Friday from 8:30 AM – 5 PM

Whom they serve: Pregnant Women, Women who are Post-Partum 0-6 months, Women who are breastfeeding an infant up to age 1, infants, children up to age 5. Income requirements needed to enroll.

Sea Mar Community Health Centers

Address: 125 N 18th Street Ste A, Mount Vernon, WA 98273
Phone: 360-848-6616
Monday – Saturday 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Whom they serve: DSHS eligible clients with additional support and education during their pregnancy and the postpartum period, as well as provided education, support, and resources to DSHS eligible children two months of age up until the end of their first birthday month.

Nurse Family Partnership

Address: 700 South 2nd Street, Mount Vernon, WA 98273
Phone: 360-770-7743

Whom they serve: Women pregnant with their first baby meet income requirements (exact as WIC or medical coupons or Apple Health/Medicaid). You must sign up before your 28th week of pregnancy. If you enroll, a specially trained nurse will visit with you in your home or another place that works for you throughout your pregnancy and until your child turns two years old.

Brigid Collins Family Support Center

Address: 917 S 3rd St, Mount Vernon, WA 98273
Phone: 360 428-6622
Monday – Friday 8am – 4:30 PM

Whom they serve: Brigid Collins Family Support Center is a commitment-based organization causing the end of child abuse. For pregnant and parenting mothers struggling with chemical dependency, the first few years of their child’s life through PCAP. Parent as teachers is a home-visiting program that focuses on ensuring—healthy babies and parenting, serving low-income families who have children 0 to 5.

Help Me Grow Family Resource Center

Address: 432 Fashion Way, Burlington, WA 98233
Phone: 360-230-9129
Monday -Friday 10am -3:00pm (Distribution hours Tuesday + Thursday 1-3pm)

Whom they serve: Help Me Grow Skagit aims to offer families seamless access to community services and support to connect to what they need when they need it easily. There is no income requirement for assistance with items like diapers, wipes, basic need items, and cleaning supplies. needed to enroll.

Swinomish Indian Tribal Community WIC and Community Childcare Center

Address: 17400 Reservation Rd La Conner, WA 98257
Phone: 360-466-3167

Whom they serve: Provides support to Native American Women, Infant, and Children on the Swinomish Reservation in Skagit County.

Skagit/Islands Head Start

Phone: 360-416-7590

Who they serve: Low income families, pre-school children aged three to five, prenatal to three-year-old program focusing on relationship development between parent and child. Services are offered through home visits, classroom experiences, and parent child groups.

Skagit Preschool and Resource Center

Address: 320 Pacific Place, Mount Vernon, WA 98273
Phone: 360-416-7570

Whom they serve: Providing individualized services for families and their children with unique needs from birth through age 5 in Skagit County. They are helping build the foundation for lifetime services.

UWSC Welcome Baby

Phone: 360-922-2644 (Welcome baby warm-line)

Whom they serve: Pregnant women, women with infants up to age 1, children up to age 5, we provide support through resource connections, diapers, wipes, and gently used baby items. No income requirement.

Skagit Gleaners

Address: 1021 Riverside Dr, Mount Vernon, WA 98273
Phone: 360-848-1045
Mon, Wed & Sat 9AM-12:30 PM, Tues & Thurs 3PM- 6:30 PM (Sat & Sun 9-11:30 AM)

Whom they serve: Skagit Gleaners offers fresh and nutritious food to all families in our community at a lower cost. They also have clothing and houseware items available for families.

Love INC

Phone: 360-419-7061
Monday – Friday 9 AM- 3 PM

Whom they serve: Love Inc provides transitional housing for those who qualify for very little or no rent. They also help families in need of furniture and other household items. Love INC also has a boutique of gently used work clothing women can choose from to prepare them for work or job interviews.

Inspire Development Centers

Address: 20237 Lafayette Rd. Burlington WA, 98233
Phone: (360) 707-2837
Monday – Friday 8 AM – 5 PM

Whom they serve:
Low Income & Migrant families. Inspire offers migrant & seasonal Head start for children ages 3-5, and they also serve pregnant mothers services are carried out through weekly home visits.

Sunrise Services Inc.

Address: 2500 E College Way Unit 100, Mount Vernon, WA 98273
Phone: 360-336-3762
Hours of operations: Monday – Friday 8 AM- 5 PM

Whom they serve: Sunrise Services offers various services, including home care, behavioral health, caregiver training, adult family homes, etc. We focus our services on real individuals and strive to improve and uphold the quality of all our clients’ lives.

Migrant Education Program Burlington-Edison

Contact: Gloria Lemus Mendez, Migrant Family Outreach and Home Visitor
Phone: 360-420-6632
Email: glmendez@be.wednet.edu

The Anacortes Family Center

Address: 2702 Commercial Ave, Anacortes, WA 98221
Phone: 360-293-2993
Monday-Sunday 9AM – 5PM

Who they serve: The Anacortes Family Center provides a comprehensive approach to serve women and families with children. Homelessness prevention, emergency shelter, transformative housing, affordable housing, as well as support for at-risk youth. needed to enroll.

CCS Farmworker Center

Address: 2727 East College Way, Mount Vernon, WA 98273
Phone: 360-424-8655

Whom they serve: Low Income Migrant Farm working families. CCS helps with Rental and utility assistance related to the impact of COVID-19 (eligibility requirements). They also help connect families with referrals to legal services related to immigration.

Didgwalic Wellness Center

Address: 2702 Commercial Ave, Anacortes, WA 98221
Phone: 360- 293-2993
Monday- Sunday 9 AM – 5 PM

Whom they serve: We offer our medical assistance, counseling, group, and group therapy. While clients attend classes or appointments, the client service department aids those in need of housing, food, and essentials, including diapers.